Join Horses for Clean Water Director Alayne Blickle's tour of a 2-acre farm designed by architect/owner Carolyn Adams.
Photo by Alayne Blickle
Researchers sought the most common causes of poisoning in Swiss equids. Toxic plants and medications topped the list.
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. When I brought my two geldings back to the barn, the dark bay was covered in what seemed like hundreds of deer ticks while the chestnut maybe had five ticks. Why would there be such a difference in tick numbers if they were in the same pasture?
I consider our round pen our most important tool on the property. Here are details on how to install one.